Attorney April Harris Jackson
April has experienced first-hand the need for better education surrounding older adults’ legal needs. As a direct result, April created and successfully heads, Graceful Aging Legal Services, PLLC, where she is proud to provide clients with informed estate planning, probate administration, conservatorship/guardianships and other elder law services.
April won her first “court” case as a member of Hume-Fogg Academic High School’s Mock Trial team. She graduated from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville and Nashville School of Law. Since obtaining her law license in 2012, April has continuously run her practice with a focus on client education and empowerment.
April is licensed to practice before all Tennessee state courts. She is a member of the Tennessee Bar Association Elder Law Section, Nashville Bar Association Probate Committee, National Academy of Elder Law Tennessee Chapter Programming Committee, and the Lawyers Association for Women. She regularly commits her time to Fifty Forward and the Legal Aid Society.
April lives in Hermitage, Tennessee with her husband Ian and dog Biff. On the weekends you can often find her taking Biff for a walk, trying a new restaurant with Ian, or checking out the latest production at community theater.
Valentine, Legal Assistant
Valentine graduated from Cumberland University with a degree in liberal arts and a passion for helping others.
She currently lives in Nashville with her husband and son. When Valentine is not at the office she can be found listening to true crime podcasts, practicing yoga, chasing waterfalls on weekend hikes with her family and playing overly competitive card games.
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